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Addressing rules and compatibilities for Micrologic trip units
|Micrologic Trip||Trip Function||Breaker Types||Type|
|2.2 (AB, G,M)||LSI||Compact NSX (250 A)||Standard (IEC) (No Comms)|
|2.3||LSI||Compact NSX (630 A)|
|3.2||LI||Powerpact H & J Frame, Compact NSX (250 A)||Standard (No Comms)|
|3.3||LI||Powerpact L Frame, Compact NSX (630 A)|
|5.2A||LSI||Powerpact H & J Frame, Compact NSX (250 A)||Ammeter|
|5.3A||LSI||Powerpact L Frame, Compact NSX (630 A)|
|5.2E||LSI||Powerpact H & J Frame, Compact NSX (250A)||Energy|
|5.3E||LSI||Powerpact L Frame, Compact NSX (630 A)|
|2.0 (IEC Only)||LSO||Powerpact P & R, Masterpact NT & NW, Compact NS630B-3200||Standard (No comms)|
|2.0A (IEC Only)||LSO||Standard|
Communication applications using Micrologic trip units and circuit breakers
Need the Modbus addresses associated with a Micrologic devices
There are three address configurations depending on the type of breaker, type unit, and communication device used.
BCM (optional with a CCM) connected to a Modbus Daisy Chain.
In this configuration, the trip unit acts as a Modbus slave to an Ethernet gateway device. The address range is 1 to 47. The default is 47.
Note that in this configuration the individual modules of the trip unit are addressed separately, see below.